AN ANALYSIS OF TECHNIQUES AND QUALITY OF THE TRANSLATION OF FORENSIC PATHOLOGY TERMS IN THE SUBTITLE OF BONES: SEASON 09.

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AN ANALYSIS OF TECHNIQUES AND QUALITY

OF THE TRANSLATION OF FORENSIC PATHOLOGY TERMS

IN THE SUBTITLE OF BONES: SEASON 09

THESIS

Submitted as Partial Requirement for the Sarjana Sastra Degree at

English Department of Faculty of Cultural Sciences

SebelasMaret University

By:

Muhammad Rofiquzzaman

C0312049

ENGLISH DEPARTMENT

FACULTY OF CULTURAL SCIENCES

SEBELAS MARET UNIVERSITY

SURAKARTA

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v MOTTO

God brings us this far not to abandon us.

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-Anonymous-vi

DEDICATION

This thesis is dedicated to:

Allah SWT,

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Alhamdulillaahirrabbil’aalamiin. All praises to Allah SWT, the most graceful

and merciful Lord who had given me guidance and blessing to finish my thesis. In

this fine opportunities, I would like to give my deepest appreciation to:

1. Prof. Drs. Riyadi Santosa, M.Ed., Ph.D., the Dean of Faculty of Cultural Sciences

Sebelas Maret University, for approving this thesis to be examined.

2. Drs. Agus Hari Wibowo, M.A., Ph.D., the Head of English Department, for

giving admission to this thesis.

3. Bayu Budiharjo, S.S., M.Hum., as my thesis supervisor, for all of your advices,

suggestions and guidance during in finishing this thesis. I am indeed very grateful

to have you as my thesis supervisor.

4. All of English Department Lecturers, for the knowledges and lessons you have

given me all these time.

5. My mother and father, for all of your supports, prayers, motivations and love. I

hope you will be proud and happy of my hard work.

6. My thesis partners, Dhimas Agung Wicaksono, Anis Eka Dewanti, Irsan

Yamananda and Reindra Bramantyo Adi, for all of your help and motivations in

finishing this thesis.

7. My special friend, Atika Risqin Zakiyah, for all of your supports and motivation

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8. Sarang Penyamun, for the precious friendship, supports and motivations. I hope

we can reach the top together.

9. Better Than Broadway, for all the precious family solidarity, experience and life

lessons that had built me a character.

10.Phoenix Familia, for the precious family solidarity, friendship, supports and

motivations so that I can finish this thesis.

11.The big family of English Department 2012, for all the precious experience and

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A. RESEARCH TYPE AND DESIGN………..24

B. DATA AND SOURCE OF DATA…..……….25

C. SAMPLING TECHNIQUE………..27

D. METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION……….28

E. TECHNIQUE OF DATA ANALYSIS………31

F. RESEARCH PROCEDURES………..34

CHAPTER IV RESEARCH FINDINGS AND DISCUSSION………...……36

A. RESEARCH FINDINGS……….36

B. DISCUSSION………..86

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A. CONCLUSION………...90

B. RECOMMENDATION……….92

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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List of Tables

Table 3.1 (Table score for assessing accuracy)………...………..29

Table 3.2 (Table score for assessing acceptability)………...………29

Table 3.3 (Table score for assessing readability)………...………...30

Table 3.4 (Table of domain analysis)………...………..…...31

Table 3.5 (Table of taxonomic analysis: Example of translation techniques analysis)………...………...………...32

Table 3.6 (Table of taxonomic analysis: Example of translation quality analysis)………...………...32

Table 3.7 (Example of componential analysis table)..………...………..…...31

Table 3.8 (Table of componential analysis)..………...…..…APPENDICES Table 4.1 (The list of applied translation techniques proposed by Molina and Albir (2002) and its frequency of application on the data) ………..…………..37

Table 4.2 (The list of data translated using established equivalent)...APPENDICES

Table 4.3 (The list of data translated using the combination of established equivalent and amplification) ………...…..………..…….…. APPENDICES Table 4.4 (The list of data translated using the combination of established equivalent and pure borrowing) …..………...………..…….…. APPENDICES

Table 4.5 (The list of data translated using the combination of established equivalent and literal translation) ……….……….…………..…….…. APPENDICES

Table 4.6 (The list of data translated using the combination of established equivalent,

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Table 4.7 (The list of data translated using literal translation)..…...….APPENDICES

Table 4.8 (The list of data translated using the combination of established equivalent and naturalized borrowing) …..………..…….…. APPENDICES

Table 4.9 (The list of data translated using the combination of established equivalent and transposition) ...…..………..…….…. APPENDICES

Table 4.10 (The list of data translated using naturalized borrowing)... APPENDICES

Table 4.11 (The list of data translated using reduction) …..………… APPENDICES

Table 4.12 (The list of data translated using the combination of established

equivalent, amplification and literal translation) …..…………..……. APPENDICES

Table 4.13 (The list of data translated using the combination of established equivalent and generalization) …..………..…….…. APPENDICES Table 4.14 (The list of data translated using the combination of established equivalent and particularization)..………..…….…. APPENDICES

Table 4.15 (The list of data translated using the combination of established equivalent and reduction) ………..………..…….…. APPENDICES

Table 4.16 (The list of data translated using the combination of amplification and naturalized borrowing) …..………..……. APPENDICES

Table 4.17 (The list of translation techniques and their impact on the translation

quality in terms of accuracy, acceptability and readability of each datum)

…..……… APPENDICES

Table 4.18 (The list of translation techniques (single and combination) and their impact on the acceptability of the translation) .…….………..…………..63

Table 4.19 (The list of accurate data) ………..………..……. APPENDICES

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Table 4.21 (The list of inaccurate data) ………..…… APPENDICES

Table 4.22 (The list of translation techniques (single and combination) and their impact on the acceptability of the translation)…. …..………...71

Table 4.23 (The list of acceptable data) ………..…… APPENDICES

Table 4.24 (The list of less acceptable data) ………….………..…… APPENDICES

Table 4.25 (The list of unacceptable data) ……….. APPENDICES

Table 4.26 (The list of translation techniques (single and combination) and their

impact on the readability of the translation) ..………...79

Table 4.27 (The list of readable data) ……….… APPENDICES

Table 4.28 (The list of less readable data) ….………...APPENDICES

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xv ABSTRACT

Muhammad Rofiquzzaman. C0312049. An Analysis of Techniques and Quality of the Translation of Forensic Pathology Terms in the Subtitle of Bones: Season 09. Thesis. English Department. Faculty of Cultural Science. Sebelas Maret University.

This research focuses on analyzing translation techniques applied in translating forensic pathology terms in the subtitle of Bones: Season 09 and their impact on translation quality in terms of accuracy, acceptability and readability. The purposes of this research are: 1) to find out the techniques used by translator in translating forensic pathology terms found in the subtitle of Bones: Season 09; and 2) to find out the impact of the techniques used in translating forensic pathology terms found in the subtitle of Bones: Season 09 on the accuracy, acceptability and readability of the translation.

This research applied descriptive qualitative research. The data were forensic pathology terms in the forms of noun and noun phrase. There were 94 data of forensic pathology terms in the forms of noun and noun phrase found in the data source. The other data were translation quality assessments done by the informants. The data source of this research is the subtitle of Bones: Season 09, its translation in Indonesian and also raters and respondents. All of the informants were chosen by purposive sampling technique.

The translation techniques analysis shows that there are 15 translation techniques applied by the translator in singles and combinations, which are: 1.) established equivalent, 2.) established equivalent combined with amplification, 3.) established equivalent combined with pure borrowing, 4.) established equivalent combined with literal translation, 5.) established equivalent combined with amplification and pure borrowing, 6.) literal translation, 7.) established equivalent combined with naturalized borrowing, 8.) established equivalent combined with transposition, 9.) amplification combined literal translation, 10.) naturalized borrowing, 11.) established equivalent combined with amplification and literal translation, 12.) established equivalent combined with generalization, 13.) established equivalent combined with particularization, 14.) established equivalent combined reduction, and 15.) amplification and naturalized borrowing.

The translation quality analysis shows that 82 data (87.24%) are accurate, 10 data (10.64%) are less accurate and 2 data (2.12%) are inaccurate; in terms of acceptability, 80 data (85.11%) are acceptable, 12 data (12.77%) are less acceptable and 2 data (2.12%) are unacceptable; and in terms of readability, 48 data (51.07%) are readable, 35 data (37.23%) are less readable and 11 data (11.7%) are unreadable.

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producing low level of readability are single established equivalent and established equivalent in combination with pure borrowing.

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